(ISRAEL) JUST IN: Six Palestinian prisoners broke out of a high-security Israeli prison on Monday in what PM Naftali Bennett called a grave incident #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Sept.07: A picture of a tunnel entrance purportedly used by the prisoners to escape has been widely shared on Palestinian social media.

#AceDailyNews says Six Palestinians Escape from High-Security Israeli Occupation police and the military had started a search after the escape from Gilboa prison in the Zionist entity’s north.

Six Palestinians Escape from High-Security Israeli Prison Six Palestinian prisoners broke out of a high-security Israeli prison on Monday in what Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett called a grave incident. Occupation police and the military had started a search after the escape from Gilboa prison in the Zionist entity’s north. Media outlets reported that the inmates had apparently escaped through a tunnel early on Monday. A picture of a tunnel entrance purportedly used by the prisoners to escape has been widely shared on Palestinian social media, and Israeli media are reporting the men used a tunnel to get out, but police have not yet confirmed it. Five of the Palestinians reportedly belong to the Islamic Jihad Resistance movement and one is a former commander of an armed group affiliated with the mainstream Fatah party, the Prisons Service said. The facility, about 4 km (2 miles) from the boundary with the occupied West Bank, is one of the highest-security jails in the occupation regime. Four of the men were serving life sentences. One of them s was identified by the Prisons Service as Zakaria Zubeidi, a former commander of Fatah's Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades in the West Bank city of Jenin. Palestinian Resistance factions hailed the jailbreak, with Hamas considering it a “great victory.” “This great victory proves again that the will and determination of our brave soldiers inside the prisons of the enemy cannot be defeated," said Fawzi Barhoum, a spokesman for Hamas. For its part, Islamic Jihad Resistance movement hailed the jailbreak as a victory, stressing that “the struggle the Israeli enemy is long and open.”
A picture of a tunnel entrance purportedly used by the prisoners to escape has been widely shared on Palestinian social media.

Media outlets reported that the inmates had apparently escaped through a tunnel early on Monday.

A picture of a tunnel entrance purportedly used by the prisoners to escape has been widely shared on Palestinian social media, and Israeli media are reporting the men used a tunnel to get out, but police have not yet confirmed it.

Five of the Palestinians reportedly belong to the Islamic Jihad Resistance movement and one is a former commander of an armed group affiliated with the mainstream Fatah party, the Prisons Service said.

The facility, about 4 km (2 miles) from the boundary with the occupied West Bank, is one of the highest-security jails in the occupation regime.

Four of the men were serving life sentences. One of them s was identified by the Prisons Service as Zakaria Zubeidi, a former commander of Fatah’s Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades in the West Bank city of Jenin.

Palestinian Resistance factions hailed the jailbreak, with Hamas considering it a “great victory.”

“This great victory proves again that the will and determination of our brave soldiers inside the prisons of the enemy cannot be defeated,” said Fawzi Barhoum, a spokesman for Hamas.

For its part, Islamic Jihad Resistance movement hailed the jailbreak as a victory, stressing that “the struggle the Israeli enemy is long and open.”

The six escaped from Gilboa Prison, near the Sea of Galilee in what is being billed as the country’s worst prison-break. Authorities deployed drones and helicopters to the areas and the army set up checkpoints.

Five of the six are members of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group, and four are serving life sentences for planning deadly attacks against Israelis. Another, Zakaria Zubeidi, is a commander in the terror wing of the Palestinian political party Fatah, and was awaiting trial for more than two dozen crimes including multiple terror attacks during the Second Intifada.

The Times of Israel reports:

Evoking scenes from the iconic prison film The Shawshank Redemption, upon searching the men’s cell, investigators found the opening — just large enough for a grown man to pass through — dug into in the floor under the sink of their bathroom. It was not immediately known how the man dug through the concrete and metal rebar floor, when even metal spoons are not allowed into the cells, though the prison service has long dealt with extensive and at time even elaborate smuggling operations into its facilities.

Prison officials said the men had not tunneled their way out of the prison but had instead dug their way into an existing gap and used that to escape. The men exited through another tunnel into a road on the south side of the prison.

The Israel Prison Service believes the men had outside help, communicating with allies outside through a cellphone they smuggled into their cell.

The military also put checkpoints in place throughout the Jenin area.

The men were spotted walking along the road near the prison at around 3 a.m., prompting at least one man to call the police.

“I just passed by the prison and I saw some suspicious people walking around. Maybe you should tell them to do a patrol or something,” the man told police, according to a recording of the call that was shared on social media.

The man said the suspicious men appeared to be walking east from the prison, toward Beit She’an and the Jordanian border.

Islamic Jihad officials said the escape marked “an utter failure for the occupation army” and was a “strong slap to the Israeli military and the whole Israeli system.”

The Gaza-ruling Hamas terror group hailed the escape as “a brave and heroic act,” the Times reported.

“[This is] a victory for the will and determination of our heroic prisoners, and a real challenge to the Zionist security system, which the occupation boasts as being the best in the world,” Hamas spokesperson Fawzi Barhum said in a statement.

Source: Agencies

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